Milam Photo Part III|
As we move out of Burphu village the scene is
with Gori flowing down and the snow covered Birjeganj Dhura in the
slowly climbing trail towards Biljhu village from Burphu village.
The Biljhu village is in
ruins and only few families stay here.
We stopped at this tea
shop for tea and some views. Excellent view of Trishuli from here.
Refreshed we moved out of
the village now in ruins.
On the opposite side the
Panchhu village comes into view.
On the other side of the
stream is the Ganghar village.
As we moved in line of
the stream flowing between the two villages the Nanda Devi peaks dominate the
In distance the Milam village comes into view. Trishuli is still seen from where
We leave Gori and enter
the Gunkha gad valley.
A log bridge across Gunkha gad as it flows out of the gorge.
Memorials in honour of
those who gave away their life maintaining these trails.
This man carried 40 kg of
weight from Selapani to Milam. We may have failed from Selapani to Lilam itself.
The snout of Milam
Divender Singh Dhupwal
(PWD worker), Uttam Singh Sayana (Headman) and Pande at Milam village.
Pande broke his camera
while taking this photo just outside PWD GH as we left Milam village.
The Hardeol stands guard
above Milam glacier.
Hardeol (centre) and
Trishuli (right) above Milam glacier.
As we reached the point
opposite to Panchhu village we got excellent view of Nanda Devi peaks in
cloud less sky.
You are awe struck by the
He runs the hotel at Biljhu along with his family.
Burphu village comes into
This time we did not enter it and took the trail going straight to the
bridge over Gori.
Pande waits at the bridge
over Lawn gad looking at the zigzag trail going to Martoli village.
Pande finally reaches the
The trail from Birjeganj Dhura to Burphu is seen on the opposite side
Looking towards Milam,
Trishuli dominates the skyline.
Martoli village with Martoli peak dominating above it.
Do you notice the jungle
on one side. It's the protected jungle of the villagers and so it is still
Milam Photos Part IV
Milam Photos Part I
Milam Photos Part II
Milam Trek Plan
Milam Top Story First Part
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